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Hitchner Q&A Panel

Hitchner Q&A Panel- New Insight and Research in Cost of Capital, DLOMs, S Corps, Transaction Databases and Reports - We Tackle the Toughest Issues - You Ask the Questions – We’ll Answer Them

**Webinar 54 Broadcast Date: September 12, 2012**

presented by Jim Hitchner, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA moderator with Jim Alerding, CPA/ABV, ASA, CVA and Rod Burkert, CPA/ABV, CVA

In this webinar we will only tackle these five major topics and answer whatever questions you have on cost of capital, DLOMs, S Corps, transaction databases and reports. We will give straightforward answers to your most complex questions.

Webinar Outline:

  • Cost of capital questions that will be answered
    • Should I use Ibbotson supply side or historical/traditional equity risk premiums (ERPs)?
    • Will recent Delaware Chancery Court decisions on the use of CAPM vs. Build Up and Ibbotson and Duff & Phelps (D&P) data affect your cost of capital calculations?
    • Should I use D&P adjusted, unadjusted, conditional or unconditional ERPs?
    • Should I normalize the risk free rate?
    • Does the addition of a size premium preclude the use of a discount for lack of marketability/liquidity?
    • Can I use Ibbotson 10b, 10w, 10x, 10y or 10z?
    • How do I use industry risk premiums?
  • Discounts for lack of marketability (DLOM) questions that will be answered
    • Should I be using restricted stock databases such as FMV Opinions or Pluris?
      • What new research is there on these databases?
    • Can I still rely upon traditional restricted stock “benchmark” studies?
      • What new research is there on these older studies?
    • Should I be using Pre-IPO databases such as Valuation Advisors?
      • What new research is there on this database?
    • What is the best way to use the QMDM?
    • Has the new IRS DLOM Job Aid changed the landscape for calculating DLOMs?
    • Can you apply a discount for lack of marketability/liquidity to a 100% control interest?
    • Should I be using option models in calculating a DLOM?
      • What new research is there on option models?
  • S Corps and other pass through entities (PTEs) questions that will be answered
    • What is the current thinking in valuing PTEs?
    • Are the older S Corp models still relevant?
    • Are there any new models/studies on valuing PTEs?
    • Do the differences in public company tax rates vs. private businesses affect the valuation of PTEs?
  • Transaction databases questions that will be answered
    • What is the best way to use guideline company transactions from the various databases, particularly Pratt’s Stats?
      • What new research is there on these databases?
  • Report questions that will be answered
    • When can I use calculation engagements and reports and summary reports?
    • What should be the length of calculation, summary and detailed reports?
    • How do I adhere to BV reporting standards (AICPA, ASA, IBA, NACVA and USPAP)?
    • How do I cite references for definitions, concepts and applications?
    • Are there any problems in the use of canned economic data?
    • Am I okay when relying on RMA and other types of benchmark data?

    Learning Objectives:

    • The participant will learn what three of the leaders in the valuation profession think are the proper and practical ways to prepare a valuation
    • The participant will learn how to wade through all the confusion in estimating cost of capital and capitalization rates including recent Delaware Chancery Court decisions
    • The participant will learn about new research in DLOM databases, models and studies
    • The participant will learn what’s new in tax affecting S Corps
    • The participant will learn about new research into some of the transaction data bases
    • The participant will gain new insight into report writing whether detailed, summary or calculation
Included in this downloadable archived webinar package:
  • Audio/Video file
  • Webinar transcript
  • Original Webinar handouts

The archived webinar package is an Adobe Presenter PDF file that allows you to view the video of the webinar with the synced audio so that you see the presentation just as it was presented “live.” The Presenter format also allows for easy navigation through the webinar so you can quickly go to a specific section in the presentation. The handout materials are included in the file. To view the Webinar Presenter file, you must have Adobe Reader software version 9 or higher. You can download the free current version of Adobe Reader at http://get.adobe.com/reader Please note that CPE is only available for live webinar broadcasts.

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